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Next phase of EMODnet

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Moskenes, Norway. Photo by Simon Migaj from Pexels

EMODnet, an essential tool for scientists, engineers, managers and policy-makers who are analysing the state and dynamics of Europe’s seas, undergoes continual development to ensure that it meets the needs of users.

Based on feedback, including through the recent OpenSeaLab hackathon, today DG-MARE announced that in the next phase of EMODnet, all data and data products should be findable, visible and downloadable through the EMODnet Central portal. Individual thematic groups will maintain their servers but not their web-sites. Instead they will ensure that their application programming interfaces are compliant and participate in the management of content of the central portal.

Information from the Maritime forum: https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/maritimeforum/en/node/4494